SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7
Baltimore 41, CLEVELAND 9              Denver 33, SAN DIEGO 17
MIAMI 17, Tennessee 0                  Tampa Bay 31, NEW ORLEANS 16
Buffalo 34, WASHINGTON 17              DETROIT 31, St. Louis 27
NY JETS 12, Arizona 7                  CAROLINA 33, Philadelphia 7
INDIANAPOLIS 25, Kansas City 17        Pittsburgh 27, SAN FRANCISCO 6
Chicago 14, GREEN BAY 13               Jacksonville 30, ATLANTA 7
SEATTLE 37, Cincinnati 20
MONDAY NOVEMBER 8
MINNESOTA 27, Dallas 17
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami             7  1 0  .875 189 143 Washington        5  3 0  .625 215 203
New England       6  2 0  .750 191 150 NY Giants         5  3 0  .625 138 138
Indianapolis      6  2 0  .750 223 162 Dallas            4  4 0  .500 199 156
Buffalo           6  3 0  .667 181 146 Arizona           2  6 0  .250  92 168
NY Jets           2  6 0  .250 126 154 Philadelphia      2  7 0  .222 114 184
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville      7  1 0  .875 210  76 Detroit           6  2 0  .750 182 148
Tennessee         6  2 0  .750 166 157 Minnesota         5  4 0  .556 210 175
Pittsburgh        5  3 0  .625 157 108 GREEN BAY         4  4 0  .500 153 165
Baltimore         3  5 0  .375 136 144 Tampa Bay         4  4 0  .500 122 118
Cincinnati        1  8 0  .111 116 278 Chicago           4  5 0  .444 143 174
Cleveland         1  8 0  .111  83 238 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   St. Louis         6  2 0  .750 265 118
Seattle           6  2 0  .750 185 128 San Francisco     3  5 0  .375 150 234
Kansas City       5  3 0  .625 190 119 Carolina          3  5 0  .375 186 169
San Diego         4  4 0  .500 127 166 Atlanta           2  7 0  .222 117 216
Oakland           4  4 0  .500 157 153 New Orleans       1  7 0  .125 123 179
Denver            3  6 0  .333 177 195 
(Bye - New England, New York Giants, Oakland)
1999 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 8) - TENNESSEE (13-3) 22, Buffalo (11-5) 16
Wildcard (January 9) - Miami (9-7) 20, SEATTLE (9-7) 17
Divisional (January 15) - JACKSONVILLE (14-2) 62, Miami (10-7) 7
Divisional (January 16) - Tennessee (14-3) 19, INDIANAPOLIS (13-3) 16
Conference (January 23) - Tennessee (15-3) 33, JACKSONVILLE (15-2) 14
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 8) - WASHINGTON (10-6) 27, Detroit (8-8) 13
Wildcard (January 9) - MINNESOTA (10-6) 27, Dallas(8-8) 10
Divisional (January 15) - TAMPA BAY (11-5) 14, Washington (11-6) 13
Divisional (January 16) - ST. LOUIS (13-3) 49, Minnesota (11-6) 37
Conference (January 23) - ST. LOUIS (14-3) 11, Tampa Bay (12-5) 6
SUPER BOWL 34 (January 30, 2000 at Atlanta)
ST. LOUIS RAMS (15-3) 23, TENNESSEE TITANS (16-3) 16 - Mike Jones tackled Kevin Dyson at the 1-yard line as time expired, preserving the Rams' first-ever Super Bowl title. The Rams drove inside the Titans' 20 with each of their first six possessions, but compiled just 3 field goals and 1 touchdown to take a 16-0 lead. Holder Mike Horan's bobbled snap averted a 35-yard field-goal attempt to conclude the Rams' first drive. The Titans responded with a 42-yard drive, their longest of the half, but Al Del Greco missed a 47-yard attempt. Jeff Wilkins added 3 field goals and missed a 34-yard attempt while the Titans did not threaten the rest of the half, giving the Rams a 9-0 lead at the intermission despite outgaining the Titans in total yards (294-89). Tennessee drove 43 yards with the second half's opening kickoff, but Todd Lyght blocked Del Greco's 47-yard attempt to keep the Titan's off the board. Kurt Warner's 31-yard pass to Isaac Bruce keyed the ensuing drive that was capped by Warner's 9-yard touchdown pass to Torry Holt with 7:20 left in the third quarter to give the Rams a 16-0 lead. The Titans responded with touchdown drives in excess of seven minutes on each of their next two possessions. Steve McNair's 23-yard scramble set up Eddie George's 1-yard run in the final minute of the third quarter. McNair's 2-point conversion pass to Frank Wycheck was incomplete, but the Titan's defense forced a punt and the offense drove 79 yards in 13 plays, highlighted by 21-yard passes to Isaac Byrd and Jackie Harris, and capped by George's 2-yard run to cut the deficit to 16-13 with 7:21 remaining. The Rams once again failed to get a first down, and following a punt, the Titans needed just 28 yards to set up Del Greco's game-tying 43-yard kick with 2:12 left. On the next play from scrimmage, Warner fired a deep pass down the right sideline to Bruce, who caught the ball at the Titan's 38, cut toward the inside, and outran the defense to the end zone to give the Rams a 23-16 lead with 1:54 left. The Titans drove downfield, and McNair avoided a sack and completed a 16-yard pass to Kevin Dyson to place Tennessee at the Rams' 10 with six seconds remaining. With no timeouts, McNair attempted a quick pass to a slanting Dyson, who caught the ball in stride at the Rams' 3. However, Jones reacted quickly and stepped up to tackle Dyson at the 1-yardline as time expired. Warner, who was named the game's most valuable player, was 24 of 45 for a Super Bowl-record 414 yards and 2 touchdowns. Bruce had 6 catches for 162 yards, and Holt had 7 for 109 yards. McNair was 22 of 26 for 214 yards. The Titans were the first team to come back from a 16-point deficit.
RFL PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINALS
June 12 - MOBILE (6-2) 35, Toledo (3-5) 14 (2873) - After the Mobile owners agreed to pay the Cannon starters $1,000 and reserves $500, the game finally kicked off nearly an hour late. The smallest crowd of the season in Mobile saw the Admirals fall behind 7-0 before taking control. Sherman Williams scored on a 66-yard run and ended up with 147 yards as the Admirals broke it open with 21 unanswered points in the second half.
June 12 - HOUSTON (6-2) 27, Mississippi (4-4) 3 - The Outlaws defense dominated the game and continually frustrated the Mississippi offense. The Outlaws took a 7-0 lead on a Josh LaRocca 11-yard touchdown strike to Keivi Baker. After recovering an onside kick, Josh LaRocca threw a second touchdown pass of 4-yards to Baker to make it a 14-0 game. Pride players blamed the loss on part to pay issues.
RFL BOWL I (Saturday June 19, 1999 at Mobile - 5,571)
MOBILE ADMIRALS (7-2) 14, HOUSTON OUTLAWS (7-2) 12 - Behind the rushing of Sherman Williams and the arm of quarterback Frank Costa, Mobile was able to jump out to a 14-3 halftime advantage. Williams plowed in from 2 yards out with 5:56 remaining in the opening quarter. Costa connected with receiver Kevin Lee on an 18-yard touchdown pass with 10:56 until halftime. The Outlaws rallied to within two points with 8:56 left to play when tailback Claude Mathis rushed into the end zone from 3 yards out. Despite a failed two-point conversion that would have tied the contest, the Outlaws fought to the bitter end. With a little more than a minute remaining in the ballgame, Houston faced a fourth-and-10. Mobile's defense stepped up to the plate, batting down a pass at the line of scrimmage. 
INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL FEDERATION - The league, which would play in the spring of 2000, had 13 proposed franchises - New York, Chicago, Detroit, Boston, Denver, Anaheim, Los Angeles, Toronto (Turbos), San Jose, Houston, Hartford (Connecticut Patriots) and Hawaii. WHA founder Dennis Murphy and Edward Litwack, the league's president and chief executive officer, acknowledged having preliminary discussions with NBC and Turner Broadcasting, the networks that lost out in the $18 billion NFL contract negotiated in 1998. Entertainer Dionne Warwick was identified as a part owner of the two franchises in Southern California. The league was never heard from after its first press conference.
TURNER-NBC FOOTBALL LEAGUE - First unveiled in May 1998, the new league would begin in eight cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, as well as in mid-sized markets such as Salt Lake City, Orlando,and Birmingham. The league would target the smaller markets to ensure a strong fan base, essential for survival, according to league executives. The schedule would extend 12 to 16 weeks, likely starting in July or August to avoid too much overlap with the NFL, which starts in September. Ad execs said they liked the July-September time frame because of a dearth of major sports at that time of year, except for baseball. The networks said they were looking at a start in 1999 or 2000, but the proposed league, which had grown to 12 franchises, folded when the two networks worked out a $1.2 billion deal with NASCAR. NBC and Turner entered into six-year contracts with NASCAR beginning in 2001 that would provide sports programming for Sundays in July and August that would conflict with the proposed schedule of a summer football league. NBC did cast its lot with the XFL in 2001 and found itself on the end of the worst ratings in sports television history.
XTREME FOOTBALL LEAGUE (INDOOR) - The formation of the league was announced at an April 1999 news conference in Birmingham. The plans were to begin play in April 2000 with 10 to 12 teams committed by June 1. The XFL's playing season would be April through August. Alabama sports entrepreneur Art Clarkson would serve as acting Commissioner of the league as well as own the Tennessee Valley (Huntsville, AL) franchise. Clarkson named the cities that had already committed: Birmingham, Greenville (SC), Tennessee Valley (Huntsville, AL), Jacksonville, Norfolk (VA), Pensacola, Richmond (VA), Roanoke (VA) and Tallahassee (FL). Other cities that were considered: Charleston (SC), Fayetteville (NC), Winston-Salem (NC). By June 1999, Biloxi (MS), Greensboro (NC), Lafayette (LA) and Little Rock (AR) were also mentioned as possible franchise sites. In July 1999, it was announced that the Xtreme Football League would merge with arenafootball2, with the XFL teams from Birmingham, Greenville (SC), Tennessee Valley (Huntsville, AL), Jacksonville, Norfolk (VA), Pensacola, Richmond (VA), Roanoke (VA) and Tallahassee (FL) would be joining the previously committed AF2 teams from Little Rock, Oklahoma City, Quad Cities (IL/IA) and Tulsa (OK). The XFL members each paid $150,000 to enter the af2.
1999 The Year in Football
Baltimore Ravens (8-8)
Head Coach: Brian Billick
Passing Leader: Tony Banks (2136)
Rushing Leader: Errict Rhett (852)
Receiving Leader: Qadry Ismail (68-1105)
Washington Redskins (10-6)
Head Coach: Norv Turner
Passing Leader: Brad Johnson (4005)
Rushing Leader: Stephen Davis (1405)
Receiving Leader: Larry Centers (69-544)
Pittsburgh Steelers (6-10)
Head Coach: Bill Cowher
Passing Leader: Mike Tomczak (1625)
Rushing Leader: Jerome Bettis (1091)
Receiving Leader: Troy Edwards (61-714)/Hines Ward (61-638)
Carolina Panthers (8-8)
Head Coach: George Seifert
Passing Leader: Steve Beuerlein (4436)
Rushing Leader: Tshimanga Biakabutuka (718)
Receiving Leader: Muhsin Muhammad (96-1253)
Chicago Bears (6-10)
Head Coach: Dick Jauron
Passing Leader: Shane Matthews (1645)
Rushing Leader: Curtis Enis (916)
Receiving Leader: Bobby Engram (88-947)
Philadelphia Eagles (5-11)
Head Coach: Andy Reid
Passing Leader: Doug Pederson (1276)
Rushing Leader: Duce Staley (1273)
Receiving Leader: Torrance Small (49-655)
Arizona Cardinals (6-10)
Head Coach: Vince Tobin
Passing Leader: Jake Plummer (2111)
Rushing Leader: Adrian Murrell (553)
Receiving Leader: Frank Sanders (79-954)
New York Giants (7-9)
Head Coach: Jim Fassel
Passing Leader: Kerry Collins (2318)
Rushing Leader: Joe Montgomery (348)
Receiving Leader: Amani Toomer (79-1183)
Indianapolis Colts (13-3)
Head Coach: Jim Mora
Passing Leader: Peyton Manning (4135)
Rushing Leader: Edgerrin James (1553)
Rec. Leader: Marvin Harrison (115-1663)
Detroit Lions (8-8)
Head Coach: Bobby Ross
Passing Leader: Gus Frerotte (2117)
Rushing Leader: Greg Hill (542)
Receiving Leader: Germane Crowell (81-1338)
San Francisco 49ers (4-12)
Head Coach: Steve Mariucci
Passing Leader: Jeff Garcia (2544)
Rushing Leader: Charlie Garner (1229)
Receiving Leader: Jerry Rice (67-830)
Green Bay Packers (8-8)
Head Coach: Ray Rhodes
Passing Leader: Brett Favre (4091)
Rushing Leader: Dorsey Levens (1034)
Receiving Leader: Antonio Freeman (74-1074)/Bill Schroeder (74-1051)
Dallas Cowboys (8-8)
Head Coach: Chan Gailey
Passing Leader: Troy Aikman (2964)
Rushing Leader: Emmitt Smith (1397)
Receiving Leader: Raghib Ismail (80-1097)
Tennessee Titans (13-3)
Head Coach: Jeff Fisher
Passing Leader: Steve McNair (2179)
Rushing Leader: Eddie George (1304)
Receiving Leader: Frank Wycheck (69-641)
New York Jets (8-8)
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Passing Leader: Ray Lucas (1678)
Rushing Leader: Curtis Martin (1464)
Receiving Leader: Keyshawn Johnson (89-1170)
Buffalo Bills (11-5)
Head Coach: Wade Phillips
Passing Leader: Doug Flutie (3171)
Rushing Leader: Jonathon Linton (695)
Receiving Leader: Eric Moulds (65-994)
New England Patriots (8-8)
Head Coach: Pete Carroll
Passing Leader: Drew Bledsoe (3985)
Rushing Leader: Terry Allen (896)
Receiving Leader: Terry Glenn (69-1147)
San Diego Chargers (8-8)
Head Coach: Mike Riley
Passing Leader: Jim Harbaugh (2761)
Rushing Leader: Jermaine Fazande (365)
Receiving Leader: Jeff Graham (57-968)
Kansas City Chiefs (9-7)
Head Coach: Gunther Cunningham
Passing Leader: Elvis Grbac (3389)
Rushing Leader: Donnell Bennett (627)
Receiving Leader: Tony Gonzalez (76-849)
Oakland Raiders (8-8)
Head Coach: Jon Gruden
Passing Leader: Rich Gannon (3840)
Rushing Leader: Tyrone Wheatley (936)
Receiving Leader: Tim Brown (90-1344)
Denver Broncos (6-10)
Head Coach: Mike Shanahan
Passing Leader: Brian Griese (3032)
Rushing Leader: Olandis Gary (1159)
Receiving Leader: Rod Smith (79-1020)
Minnesota Vikings (10-6)
Head Coach: Dennis Green
Passing Leader: Jeff George (2816)
Rushing Leader: Robert Smith (1015)
Receiving Leader: Cris Carter (90-1241)
Atlanta Falcons (5-11)
Head Coach: Dan Reeves
Passing Leader: Chris Chandler (2339)
Rushing Leader: Ken Oxendine (452)
Receiving Leader: Terrance Mathis (81-1016)
Miami Dolphins (9-7)
Head Coach: Jimmy Johnson
Passing Leader: Dan Marino (2448)
Rushing Leader: J.J. Johnson (558)
Receiving Leader: Tony Martin (67-1037)
New Orleans Saints (3-13)
Head Coach: Mike Ditka
Passing Leader: Billy Joe Tolliver (1916)
Rushing Leader: Ricky Williams (884)
Receiving Leader: Eddie Kennison (61-835)
Cincinnati Bengals (4-12)
Head Coach: Bruce Coslet
Passing Leader: Jeff Blake (2670)
Rushing Leader: Corey Dillon (1200)
Receiving Leader: Darnay Scott (68-1022)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5)
Head Coach: Tony Dungy
Passing Leader: Trent Dilfer (1619)
Rushing Leader: Mike Alstott (949)
Receiving Leader: Warrick Dunn (64-589)
Seattle Seahawks (9-7)
Head Coach: Mike Holmgren
Passing Leader: Jon Kitna (3346)
Rushing Leader: Ricky Watters (1210)
Receiving Leader: Derrick Mayes (62-829)
Jacksonville Jaguars (14-2)
Head Coach: Tom Coughlin
Passing Leader: Mark Brunell (3060)
Rushing Leader: James Stewart (931)
Receiving Leader: Jimmy Smith (116-1636)
St. Louis Rams (13-3)
Head Coach: Dick Verneil
Passing Leader: Kurt Warner (4353)
Rushing Leader: Marshall Faulk (1381)
Receiving Leader: Marshall Faulk (87-1048)
Mobile Admirals (6-2)
Head Coach: Tom Walsh
Passing Leader: 
Rushing Leader: 
Receiving Leader: 
Houston Outlaws (6-2)
Head Coach: Ray Woodard
Passing Leader: 
Rushing Leader: 
Receiving Leader: 
Mississippi Pride (4-4)
Head Coach: Johnny Plummer
Passing Leader: 
Rushing Leader: 
Receiving Leader: 
Ohio Cannon (3-4)
Head Coach: Darrell Farmer (1-1)/Ken James (2-3)
Passing Leader: 
Rushing Leader: 
Receiving Leader: 
Toldeo/Ohio Cannon (3-4)
Head Coach: Darrell Farmer (1-1)/Ken James (2-3)
Passing Leader: 
Rushing Leader: 
Receiving Leader: 
Cleveland Browns (2-14)
Head Coach: Chris Palmer
Passing Leader: Tim Couch (2447)
Rushing Leader: Terry Kirby (452)
Receiving Leader: Kevin Johnson (66-986)
ADDED: Cleveland Browns RENAMED: Tennessee Oilers to Titans

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 12
Arizona 25, PHILADELPHIA 24            GREEN BAY 28, Oakland 24
New England 30, NY JETS 28             ST. LOUIS 27, Baltimore 10
CHICAGO 20, Kansas City 17             INDIANAPOLIS 31, Buffalo 14
NEW ORLEANS 19, Carolina 10            TENNESSEE 36, Cincinnati 35
JACKSONVILLE 41, San Francisco 3       NY Giants 17, TAMPA BAY 13
Dallas 41, WASHINGTON 35               Detroit 28, SEATTLE 20
Minnesota 17, ATLANTA 14               Pittsburgh 43, CLEVELAND 0
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 13
Miami 38, DENVER 21
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami             1  0 0 1.000  38  21 NY Giants         1  0 0 1.000  17  13
New England       1  0 0 1.000  30  28 Dallas            1  0 0 1.000  41  35
Indianapolis      1  0 0 1.000  31  14 Arizona           1  0 0 1.000  25  24
Buffalo           0  1 0  .000  14  31 Philadelphia      0  1 0  .000  24  25
NY Jets           0  1 0  .000  28  30 Washington        0  1 0  .000  35  41
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville      1  0 0 1.000  41   3 GREEN BAY         1  0 0 1.000  28  24
Tennessee         1  0 0 1.000  36  35 Minnesota         1  0 0 1.000  17  14
Pittsburgh        1  0 0 1.000  43   0 Detroit           1  0 0 1.000  28  20
Cincinnati        0  1 0  .000  35  36 Chicago           1  0 0 1.000  20  17
Baltimore         0  1 0  .000  10  27 Tampa Bay         0  1 0  .000  13  17
Cleveland         0  1 0  .000   0  43 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   St. Louis         1  0 0 1.000  27  10
San Diego         0  0 0  .000   0   0 New Orleans       1  0 0 1.000  19  10
Kansas City       0  1 0  .000  17  20 Atlanta           0  1 0  .000  14  17
Denver            0  1 0  .000  21  38 Carolina          0  1 0  .000  10  19
Seattle           0  1 0  .000  20  28 San Francisco     0  1 0  .000   3  41
Oakland           0  1 0  .000  24  28
(Bye Week - San Diego)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19
BUFFALO 17, NY Jets 3                  MIAMI 19, Arizona 16
DETROIT 23, Green Bay 15               San Diego 34, CINCINNATI 7
TENNESSEE 26, Cleveland 9              Washington 50, NY GIANTS 21
NEW ENGLAND 31, Indianapolis 28        SAN FRANCISCO 28, New Orleans 21
Jacksonville 22, CAROLINA 20           Oakland 22, MINNESOTA 17
Seattle 14, CHICAGO 13                 KANSAS CITY 26, Denver 10
Pittsburgh 23, BALTIMORE 20            Tampa Bay 19, PHILADELPHIA 5
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 20
DALLAS 24, Atlanta 7
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami             2  0 0 1.000  57  37 Dallas            2  0 0 1.000  65  42
New England       2  0 0 1.000  61  56 NY Giants         1  1 0  .500  38  63
Indianapolis      1  1 0  .500  59  45 Arizona           1  1 0  .500  41  43
Buffalo           1  1 0  .500  31  34 Washington        1  1 0  .500  85  62
NY Jets           0  2 0  .000  31  47 Philadelphia      0  2 0  .000  29  44
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville      2  0 0 1.000  63  23 Detroit           2  0 0 1.000  51  35
Tennessee         2  0 0 1.000  62  44 Minnesota         1  1 0  .500  34  36
Pittsburgh        2  0 0 1.000  66  20 GREEN BAY         1  1 0  .500  43  47
Baltimore         0  2 0  .000  30  50 Chicago           1  1 0  .500  33  31
Cincinnati        0  2 0  .000  42  70 Tampa Bay         1  1 0  .500  32  22
Cleveland         0  2 0  .000   9  69 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   St. Louis         1  0 0 1.000  27  10
San Diego         1  0 0 1.000  34   7 New Orleans       1  1 0  .500  40  38
Kansas City       1  1 0  .500  43  30 San Francisco     1  1 0  .500  31  62
Oakland           1  1 0  .500  46  45 Carolina          0  2 0  .000  30  41
Seattle           1  1 0  .500  34  41 Atlanta           0  2 0  .000  21  41
Denver            0  2 0  .000  31  64
(Bye - St. Louis)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 26
BALTIMORE 17, Cleveland 10             Indianapolis 27, SAN DIEGO 19
ST. LOUIS 35, Atlanta 7                Washington 27, NY JETS 20
BUFFALO 26, Philadelphia 0             KANSAS CITY 31, Detroit 21
Seattle 29, PITTSBURGH 10              CAROLINA 27, Cincinnati 3
NEW ENGLAND 16, NY Giants 14           TAMPA BAY 13, Denver 10
GREEN BAY 23, Minnesota 20             OAKLAND 24, Chicago 17
Tennessee 20, JACKSONVILLE 19 
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 27
San Francisco 24, ARIZONA 10
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
New England       3  0 0 1.000  77  70 Dallas            2  0 0 1.000  65  42
Miami             2  0 0 1.000  57  37 Washington        2  1 0  .667  68  63
Indianapolis      2  1 0  .667  86  64 NY Giants         1  2 0  .333  52  79
Buffalo           2  1 0  .667  57  34 Arizona           1  2 0  .333  51  77
NY Jets           0  3 0  .000  51  74 Philadelphia      0  3 0  .000  29  70
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee         3  0 0 1.000  82  63 Detroit           2  1 0  .667  72  66
Jacksonville      2  1 0  .667  82  43 GREEN BAY         2  1 0  .667  66  67
Pittsburgh        2  1 0  .667  76  49 Tampa Bay         2  1 0  .667  45  32
Baltimore         1  2 0  .333  47  60 Minnesota         1  2 0  .333  54  59
Cincinnati        0  3 0  .000  45  97 Chicago           1  2 0  .333  50  55
Cleveland         0  3 0  .000  19  86 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   St. Louis         2  0 0 1.000  62  17
Oakland           2  1 0  .667  70  62 San Francisco     2  1 0  .667  55  72
Kansas City       2  1 0  .667  74  51 New Orleans       1  1 0  .500  40  38
Seattle           2  1 0  .667  63  51 Carolina          1  2 0  .333  57  44
San Diego         1  1 0  .500  53  34 Atlanta           0  3 0  .000  28  76
Denver            0  3 0  .000  41  77
(Bye - Dallas, Miami, New Orleans)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 3
Baltimore 19, ATLANTA 13 (OT)          MINNESOTA 21, Tampa Bay 14
St. Louis 38, CINCINNATI 10            CHICAGO 14, New Orleans 10
New England 19, CLEVELAND 7            SAN DIEGO 21, Kansas City 14
DALLAS 35, Arizona 7                   NY GIANTS 16, Philadelphia 15
SAN FRANCISCO 24, Tennessee 22         Jacksonville 17, PITTSBURGH 3
NY Jets 21, DENVER 13                  SEATTLE 22, Oakland 21
WASHINGTON 38, Carolina 36
MONDAY OCTOBER 4
Buffalo 23, MIAMI 18
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
New England       4  0 0 1.000  96  77 Dallas            3  0 0 1.000 100  49
Buffalo           3  1 0  .750  80  52 Washington        3  1 0  .750 106  99
Indianapolis      2  1 0  .667  86  64 NY Giants         2  2 0  .500  68  94
Miami             2  1 0  .667  75  60 Arizona           1  3 0  .250  58 102
NY Jets           1  3 0  .250  72  87 Philadelphia      0  4 0  .000  44  86
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee         3  1 0  .750 104  87 Detroit           2  1 0  .667  72  66
Jacksonville      3  1 0  .750  99  46 GREEN BAY         2  1 0  .667  66  67
Pittsburgh        2  2 0  .500  79  66 Tampa Bay         2  2 0  .500  59  53
Baltimore         2  2 0  .500  66  73 Chicago           2  2 0  .500  64  65
Cincinnati        0  4 0  .000  55 135 Minnesota         2  2 0  .500  75  73
Cleveland         0  4 0  .000  26 105 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   St. Louis         3  0 0 1.000 100  27
Seattle           3  1 0  .750  85  72 San Francisco     3  1 0  .750  79  94
San Diego         2  1 0  .667  74  48 New Orleans       1  2 0  .333  50  52
Kansas City       2  2 0  .500  88  72 Carolina          1  3 0  .250  93  82
Oakland           2  2 0  .500  91  84 Atlanta           0  4 0  .000  41  95
Denver            0  4 0  .000  54  98
(Bye - Detroit, GREEN BAY, Indianapolis)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 10
ARIZONA 14, NY Giants 3                Cincinnati 18, CLEVELAND 17
Miami 34, INDIANAPOLIS 31              TENNESSEE 14, Baltimore 11
Atlanta 20, NEW ORLEANS 17             Denver 16, OAKLAND 13
PHILADELPHIA 13, Dallas 10             BUFFALO 24, Pittsburgh 21
GREEN BAY 26, Tampa Bay 23             ST. LOUIS 42, San Francisco 20
Chicago 24, MINNESOTA 22               KANSAS CITY 16, New England 14
San Diego 20, DETROIT 10
MONDAY OCTOBER 11
Jacksonville 16, NY JETS 6
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
New England       4  1 0  .800 110  93 Dallas            3  1 0  .750 110  62
Buffalo           4  1 0  .800 104  73 Washington        3  1 0  .750 106  99
Miami             3  1 0  .750 109  91 NY Giants         2  3 0  .400  71 108
Indianapolis      2  2 0  .500 117  98 Arizona           2  3 0  .400  72 105
NY Jets           1  4 0  .250  78 107 Philadelphia      1  4 0  .200  57  96
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee         4  1 0  .800 118  98 GREEN BAY         3  1 0  .750  92  90
Jacksonville      4  1 0  .800 115  52 Chicago           3  2 0  .600  88  87
Pittsburgh        2  3 0  .400 100  90 Detroit           2  2 0  .500  82  86
Baltimore         2  3 0  .400  77  87 Tampa Bay         2  3 0  .400  82  79
Cincinnati        1  4 0  .200  73 152 Minnesota         2  3 0  .400  97  97
Cleveland         0  5 0  .000  43 123 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   St. Louis         4  0 0 1.000 142  47
Seattle           3  1 0  .750  85  72 San Francisco     3  2 0  .600  99 136
San Diego         3  1 0  .750  94  58 New Orleans       1  3 0  .250  67  72
Kansas City       3  2 0  .600 104  86 Carolina          1  3 0  .250  93  82
Oakland           2  3 0  .400 104 100 Atlanta           1  4 0  .2000 61 112
Denver            1  4 0  .200  70 111
(Bye - Carolina, Seattle, Washington)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 17
Carolina 31, SAN FRANCISCO 29          JACKSONVILLE 24, Cleveland 7
Pittsburgh 17, CINCINNATI 3            Washington 24, ARIZONA 10
DENVER 31, Green Bay 10                Miami 31, NEW ENGLAND 30
St. Louis 41, ATLANTA 13               DETROIT 25, Minnesota 23
Oakland 20, BUFFALO 14                 SAN DIEGO 13, Seattle 10
Indianapolis 16, NY JETS 13            Philadelphia 20, CHICAGO 16
Tennessee 24, NEW ORLEANS 21
MONDAY OCTOBER 18
NY GIANTS 13, Dallas 10
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami             4  1 0  .800 140 121 Washington        4  1 0  .800 130 109
Buffalo           4  2 0  .667 118  93 Dallas            3  2 0  .600 120  75
New England       4  2 0  .667 140 124 NY Giants         3  3 0  .500  84 118
Indianapolis      3  2 0  .600 133 111 Arizona           2  4 0  .333  82 129
NY Jets           1  5 0  .167  91 123 Philadelphia      2  4 0  .333  77 112
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee         5  1 0  .833 142 119 GREEN BAY         3  2 0  .600 102 121
Jacksonville      5  1 0  .833 139  59 Detroit           3  2 0  .600 107 109
Pittsburgh        3  3 0  .500 117  93 Chicago           3  3 0  .500 104 107
Baltimore         2  3 0  .400  77  87 Tampa Bay         2  3 0  .400  82  79
Cincinnati        1  5 0  .167  76 169 Minnesota         2  4 0  .333 120 122
Cleveland         0  6 0  .000  50 147 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   St. Louis         5  0 0 1.000 183  60
San Diego         4  1 0  .800 107  68 San Francisco     3  3 0  .500 128 167
Seattle           3  2 0  .600  95  85 Carolina          2  3 0  .400 124 111
Kansas City       3  2 0  .600 104  86 New Orleans       1  4 0  .200  88  96
Oakland           3  3 0  .500 124 114 Atlanta           1  5 0  .167  74 153
Denver            2  4 0  .333 101 131
(Bye - Baltimore, Kansas City, Tampa Bay)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 21
Kansas City 35, BALTIMORE 8
SUNDAY OCTOBER 24
DALLAS 38, Washington 20               MIAMI 16, Philadelphia 13
ST. LOUIS 34, Cleveland 3              OAKLAND 24, NY Jets 23
Detroit 24, CAROLINA 9                 MINNESOTA 40, San Francisco 16
Green Bay 31, SAN DIEGO 3              NEW ENGLAND 24, Denver 23
TAMPA BAY 6, Chicago 3                 SEATTLE 26, Buffalo 16
INDIANAPOLIS 31, Cincinnati 10         NY GIANTS 31, New Orleans 3
MONDAY OCTOBER 25
PITTSBURGH 13, Atlanta 9
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami             5  1 0  .833 156 134 Washington        4  2 0  .667 150 147
New England       5  2 0  .714 164 147 Dallas            4  2 0  .667 158  95
Indianapolis      4  2 0  .667 164 121 NY Giants         4  3 0  .571 115 121
Buffalo           4  3 0  .571 134 119 Arizona           2  4 0  .333  82 129
NY Jets           1  6 0  .143 114 147 Philadelphia      2  5 0  .286  90 128
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee         5  1 0  .833 142 119 GREEN BAY         4  2 0  .667 133 124
Jacksonville      5  1 0  .833 139  59 Detroit           4  2 0  .667 131 118
Pittsburgh        4  3 0  .571 130 102 Tampa Bay         3  3 0  .500  88  82
Baltimore         2  4 0  .333  85 122 Minnesota         3  4 0  .429 160 138
Cincinnati        1  6 0  .143  86 200 Chicago           3  4 0  .429 107 113
Cleveland         0  7 0  .000  53 181 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   St. Louis         6  0 0 1.000 217  63
San Diego         4  2 0  .667 110  99 San Francisco     3  4 0  .429 144 207
Seattle           4  2 0  .667 121 101 Carolina          2  4 0  .333 133 135
Kansas City       4  2 0  .667 139  94 New Orleans       1  5 0  .167  91 127
Oakland           4  3 0  .571 148 137 Atlanta           1  6 0  .143  83 166
Denver            2  5 0  .286 124 155
(Bye - Arizona, Jacksonville, Tennessee)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 31
ATLANTA 27, Carolina 20                INDIANAPOLIS 34, Dallas 24
Minnesota 23, DENVER 20                WASHINGTON 48, Chicago 22
Buffalo 13, BALTIMORE 10               Jacksonville 41, CINCINNATI 10
New England 27, ARIZONA 3              Cleveland 21, NEW ORLEANS 16
KANSAS CITY 34, San Diego 0            NY Giants 23, PHILADELPHIA 17 (OT)
DETROIT 20, Tampa Bay 3                Miami 16, OAKLAND 9
TENNESSEE 24, St. Louis 21
MONDAY NOVEMBER 1
Seattle 27, GREEN BAY 7
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami             6  1 0  .857 172 143 Washington        5  2 0  .714 198 169
New England       6  2 0  .750 191 150 NY Giants         5  3 0  .625 138 138
Indianapolis      5  2 0  .714 198 145 Dallas            4  3 0  .571 182 129
Buffalo           5  3 0  .625 147 129 Arizona           2  5 0  .286  85 156
NY Jets           1  6 0  .143 114 147 Philadelphia      2  6 0  .250 107 151
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee         6  1 0  .857 166 140 Detroit           5  2 0  .714 151 121
Jacksonville      6  1 0  .857 180  69 GREEN BAY         4  3 0  .571 140 151
Pittsburgh        4  3 0  .571 130 102 Minnesota         4  4 0  .500 183 158
Baltimore         2  5 0  .286  95 135 Tampa Bay         3  4 0  .429  91 102
Cincinnati        1  7 0  .125  96 241 Chicago           3  5 0  .375 129 161
Cleveland         1  7 0  .125  74 197 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   St. Louis         6  1 0  .857 238  87
Kansas City       5  2 0  .714 173  94 San Francisco     3  4 0  .429 144 207
Seattle           5  2 0  .714 148 108 Carolina          2  5 0  .286 153 162
San Diego         4  3 0  .571 110 133 Atlanta           2  6 0  .250 110 186
Oakland           4  4 0  .500 157 153 New Orleans       1  6 0  .143 107 148
Denver            2  6 0  .250 144 178
(Bye - New York Jets, Pittsburgh, San Francisco)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 14
ARIZONA 23, Detroit 19                 Indianapolis 27, NY GIANTS 19
OAKLAND 28, San Diego 9                TAMPA BAY 17, Kansas City 10
BUFFALO 23, Miami 3                    JACKSONVILLE 6, Baltimore 3
PHILADELPHIA 35, Washington 28         Tennessee 24, CINCINNATI 14
Cleveland 16, PITTSBURGH 15            Minnesota 27, CHICAGO 24 (OT)
ST. LOUIS 35, Carolina 10              DALLAS 27, Green Bay 13
NEW ORLEANS 24, San Francisco 6        SEATTLE 20, Denver 17
MONDAY NOVEMBER 15
NY Jets 24, NEW ENGLAND 17
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami             7  2 0  .778 192 166 Washington        5  4 0  .556 243 238
Indianapolis      7  2 0  .778 250 181 NY Giants         5  4 0  .556 157 165
Buffalo           7  3 0  .700 204 149 Dallas            5  4 0  .556 226 169
New England       6  3 0  .667 208 174 Arizona           3  6 0  .333 115 187
NY Jets           3  6 0  .333 150 171 Philadelphia      3  7 0  .300 149 212
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville      8  1 0  .889 216  79 Detroit           6  3 0  .667 201 171
Tennessee         7  2 0  .778 190 171 Minnesota         6  4 0  .600 237 199
Pittsburgh        5  4 0  .556 172 124 Tampa Bay         5  4 0  .556 139 128
Baltimore         3  6 0  .333 139 150 GREEN BAY         4  5 0  .444 166 192
Cleveland         2  8 0  .200  99 253 Chicago           4  6 0  .400 167 201
Cincinnati        1  9 0  .100 130 302 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   St. Louis         7  2 0  .778 300 128
Seattle           7  2 0  .778 205 145 San Francisco     3  6 0  .333 156 258
Kansas City       5  4 0  .556 200 136 Carolina          3  6 0  .333 196 204
Oakland           5  4 0  .556 185 162 Atlanta           2  7 0  .222 117 216
San Diego         4  5 0  .444 136 194 New Orleans       2  7 0  .222 147 185
Denver            3  7 0  .300 194 215
(Bye - Atlanta)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21
ARIZONA 13, Dallas 9                   GREEN BAY 26, Detroit 17
NY JETS 17, Buffalo 7                  TENNESSEE 16, Pittsburgh 10
Baltimore 34, CINCINNATI 31            Indianapolis 44, PHILADELPHIA 17
St. Louis 23, SAN FRANCISCO 7          WASHINGTON 23, NY Giants 13
Carolina 31, CLEVELAND 17              JACKSONVILLE 41, New Orleans 23
Seattle 31, KANSAS CITY 19             Chicago 23, SAN DIEGO 20
MIAMI 27, New England 17               TAMPA BAY 19, Atlanta 10
MONDAY NOVEMBER 22
DENVER 27, Oakland 21 (OT)
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami             8  2 0  .800 219 183 Washington        6  4 0  .600 266 251
Indianapolis      8  2 0  .800 294 198 NY Giants         5  5 0  .500 170 188
Buffalo           7  4 0  .636 211 166 Dallas            5  5 0  .500 235 182
New England       6  4 0  .600 225 201 Arizona           4  6 0  .400 128 196
NY Jets           4  6 0  .400 167 178 Philadelphia      3  8 0  .273 166 256
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville      9  1 0  .900 257 102 Detroit           6  4 0  .600 218 197
Tennessee         8  2 0  .800 206 181 Minnesota         6  4 0  .600 237 199
Pittsburgh        5  5 0  .500 182 140 Tampa Bay         6  4 0  .600 158 138
Baltimore         4  6 0  .400 173 181 GREEN BAY         5  5 0  .500 192 209
Cleveland         2  9 0  .182 116 284 Chicago           5  6 0  .455 190 221
Cincinnati        1 10 0  .091 161 336 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   St. Louis         8  2 0  .800 323 135
Seattle           8  2 0  .800 236 164 Carolina          4  6 0  .400 227 221
Kansas City       5  5 0  .500 219 167 San Francisco     3  7 0  .300 163 281
Oakland           5  5 0  .500 206 189 Atlanta           2  8 0  .200 127 235
San Diego         4  6 0  .400 156 217 New Orleans       2  8 0  .200 170 226
Denver            4  7 0  .364 221 236
(Bye - Minnesota)
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25
DALLAS 20, Miami 0                     DETROIT 21, Chicago 17
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 28
Arizona 34, NY GIANTS 24               INDIANAPOLIS 13, NY Jets 6
ST. LOUIS 43, New Orleans 12           BUFFALO 17, New England 7
Jacksonville 30, BALTIMORE 23          Tampa Bay 16, SEATTLE 3
CAROLINA 34, Atlanta 28                Kansas City 37, OAKLAND 34
Tennessee 37, CLEVELAND 21             Cincinnati 27, PITTSBURGH 20
MINNESOTA 35, San Diego 27             WASHINGTON 20, Philadelphia 17 (OT)
MONDAY NOVEMBER 29
Green Bay 20, SAN FRANCISCO 3
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Indianapolis      9  2 0  .818 307 204 Washington        7  4 0  .636 286 268
Miami             8  3 0  .727 219 203 Dallas            6  5 0  .545 255 182
Buffalo           8  4 0  .667 228 173 NY Giants         5  6 0  .455 194 222
New England       6  5 0  .545 232 218 Arizona           5  6 0  .455 162 220
NY Jets           4  7 0  .364 173 191 Philadelphia      3  9 0  .250 183 276
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville     10  1 0  .909 287 125 Detroit           7  4 0  .636 239 214
Tennessee         9  2 0  .818 243 202 Minnesota         7  4 0  .636 272 226
Pittsburgh        5  6 0  .455 202 167 Tampa Bay         7  4 0  .636 174 141
Baltimore         4  7 0  .364 196 211 GREEN BAY         6  5 0  .545 212 212
Cleveland         2 10 0  .167 137 321 Chicago           5  7 0  .417 207 242
Cincinnati        2 10 0  .167 188 356 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   St. Louis         9  2 0  .818 366 147
Seattle           8  3 0  .727 239 180 Carolina          5  6 0  .455 261 249
Kansas City       6  5 0  .545 256 201 San Francisco     3  8 0  .273 166 301
Oakland           5  6 0  .455 240 226 Atlanta           2  9 0  .182 155 269
San Diego         4  7 0  .364 183 252 New Orleans       2  9 0  .182 182 269
Denver            4  7 0  .364 221 236
(Bye - Denver)
THURSDAY DECEMBER 2
JACKSONVILLE 20, Pittsburgh 6
SUNDAY DECEMBER 5
ARIZONA 21, Philadelphia 17            DETROIT 33, Washington 17
NEW ENGLAND 13, Dallas 6               SAN DIEGO 23, Cleveland 10
ATLANTA 35, New Orleans 12             GREEN BAY 35, Chicago 19
NY GIANTS 41, NY Jets 28               BALTIMORE 41, Tennessee 14
Indianapolis 37, MIAMI 34              OAKLAND 30, Seattle 21
CINCINNATI 44, San Francisco 30        Kansas City 16, DENVER 10
St. Louis 34, CAROLINA 21
MONDAY DECEMBER 6
TAMPA BAY 24, Minnesota 17
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Indianapolis     10  2 0  .833 344 238 Washington        7  5 0  .583 303 301
Miami             8  4 0  .667 253 240 Dallas            6  6 0  .500 261 195
Buffalo           8  4 0  .667 228 173 NY Giants         6  6 0  .500 235 250
New England       7  5 0  .583 245 224 Arizona           6  6 0  .500 183 237
NY Jets           4  8 0  .333 201 232 Philadelphia      3 10 0  .231 200 297
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Z-Jacksonville   11  1 0  .917 307 131 Detroit           8  4 0  .667 272 231
Tennessee         9  3 0  .750 257 243 Tampa Bay         8  4 0  .667 198 158
Pittsburgh        5  7 0  .417 208 187 Minnesota         7  5 0  .583 289 250
Baltimore         5  7 0  .417 237 225 GREEN BAY         7  5 0  .583 247 231
Cincinnati        3 10 0  .231 232 386 Chicago           5  8 0  .385 226 277
Cleveland         2 11 0  .154 147 344 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   X-St. Louis      10  2 0  .833 400 168
Seattle           8  4 0  .667 260 210 Carolina          5  7 0  .417 282 283
Kansas City       7  5 0  .583 272 211 San Francisco     3  9 0  .250 196 345
Oakland           6  6 0  .500 270 247 Atlanta           3  9 0  .250 190 281
San Diego         5  7 0  .417 206 262 New Orleans       2 10 0  .167 194 304
Denver            4  8 0  .333 231 252
X-Clinched Division Title              Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
(Bye - Buffalo)
THURSDAY DECEMBER 9
TENNESSEE 21, Oakland 14
SUNDAY DECEMBER 12
Baltimore 31, PITTSBURGH 24            INDIANAPOLIS 20, New England 15
St. Louis 30, NEW ORLEANS 14           WASHINGTON 28, Arizona 3
Carolina 33, GREEN BAY 31              KANSAS CITY 31, Minnesota 28
San Diego 19, SEATTLE 16               CINCINNATI 44, Cleveland 28
NY Giants 19, BUFFALO 17               SAN FRANCISCO 26, Atlanta 7
DALLAS 20, Philadelphia 10             NY JETS 28, Miami 20
TAMPA BAY 23, Detroit 16
MONDAY DECEMBER 13
JACKSONVILLE 27, Denver 24
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Z-Indianapolis   11  2 0  .846 364 253 Washington        8  5 0  .615 331 304
Miami             8  5 0  .615 273 268 Dallas            7  6 0  .538 281 205
Buffalo           8  5 0  .615 245 192 NY Giants         7  6 0  .538 254 267
New England       7  6 0  .538 260 244 Arizona           6  7 0  .462 186 265
NY Jets           5  8 0  .385 229 252 Philadelphia      3 11 0  .214 210 317
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Z-Jacksonville   12  1 0  .923 334 155 Tampa Bay         9  4 0  .692 221 174
Tennessee        10  3 0  .769 278 257 Detroit           8  5 0  .615 288 254
Baltimore         6  7 0  .462 268 249 Minnesota         7  6 0  .538 317 281
Pittsburgh        5  8 0  .385 232 218 GREEN BAY         7  6 0  .538 278 264
Cincinnati        4 10 0  .286 276 414 Chicago           5  8 0  .385 226 277
Cleveland         2 12 0  .143 175 388 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   X-St. Louis      11  2 0  .846 430 182
Seattle           8  5 0  .615 276 229 Carolina          6  7 0  .462 315 314
Kansas City       8  5 0  .615 303 239 San Francisco     4  9 0  .308 222 352
Oakland           6  7 0  .462 284 268 Atlanta           3 10 0  .231 197 307
San Diego         6  7 0  .462 225 278 New Orleans       2 11 0  .154 208 334
Denver            4  9 0  .308 255 279 
X-Clinched Division Title              Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
(Bye - Chicago)
SATURDAY DECEMBER 18
CAROLINA 41, San Francisco 24          KANSAS CITY 35, Pittsburgh 19
SUNDAY DECEMBER 19
BALTIMORE 31, New Orleans 8            INDIANAPOLIS 24, Washington 21
OAKLAND 45, Tampa Bay 0                Buffalo 31, ARIZONA 21
Jacksonville 24, CLEVELAND 14          PHILADELPHIA 24, New England 9
CHICAGO 28, Detroit 10                 MIAMI 12, San Diego 9
ST. LOUIS 31, NY Giants 10             DENVER 36, Seattle 30 (OT)
NY Jets 22, DALLAS 21                  TENNESSEE 30, Atlanta 17
MONDAY DECEMBER 20
MINNESOTA 24, Green Bay 20
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Indianapolis   12  2 0  .857 388 274 Washington        8  6 0  .571 352 328
Miami             9  5 0  .643 285 277 Dallas            7  7 0  .500 302 227
Buffalo           9  5 0  .643 276 213 NY Giants         7  7 0  .500 264 298
New England       7  7 0  .500 269 268 Arizona           6  8 0  .429 207 296
NY Jets           6  8 0  .429 251 273 Philadelphia      4 11 0  .267 234 326
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Y-Jacksonville   13  1 0  .929 358 169 Tampa Bay         9  5 0  .643 221 219
Y-Tennessee      11  3 0  .786 308 274 Detroit           8  6 0  .571 298 282
Baltimore         7  7 0  .500 299 257 Minnesota         8  6 0  .571 341 301
Pittsburgh        5  9 0  .357 251 253 GREEN BAY         7  7 0  .500 298 288
Cincinnati        4 10 0  .286 276 414 Chicago           6  8 0  .429 254 287
Cleveland         2 13 0  .133 189 412 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   X-St. Louis      12  2 0  .857 461 192
Kansas City       9  5 0  .643 338 258 Carolina          7  7 0  .500 356 338
Seattle           8  6 0  .571 306 265 San Francisco     4 10 0  .286 246 393
Oakland           7  7 0  .500 329 268 Atlanta           3 11 0  .214 214 337
San Diego         6  8 0  .429 234 290 New Orleans       2 12 0  .143 216 365
Denver            5  9 0  .357 291 309 
X-Clinched Division Title              Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
(Bye - Cincinnati)
FRIDAY DECEMBER 24
NEW ORLEANS 31, Dallas 24
SATURDAY DECEMBER 25
Denver 17, DETROIT 7
SUNDAY DECEMBER 26
ATLANTA 37, Arizona 14                 Minnesota 34, NY GIANTS 17
SEATTLE 23, Kansas City 14             BALTIMORE 22, Cincinnati 0
PITTSBURGH 30, Carolina 20             TAMPA BAY 29, Green Bay 10
Buffalo 13, NEW ENGLAND 10 (OT)        ST. LOUIS 34, Chicago 12
TENNESSEE 41, Jacksonville 14          Indianapolis 29, CLEVELAND 28
SAN DIEGO 23, Oakland 20               Washington 26, SAN FRANCISCO 20 (OT)
MONDAY DECEMBER 27
NY Jets 38, MIAMI 31
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Indianapolis   13  2 0  .867 417 302 X-Washington      9  6 0  .600 378 348
Buffalo          10  5 0  .667 289 223 Dallas            7  8 0  .467 326 258
Miami             9  6 0  .600 316 315 NY Giants         7  8 0  .467 281 332
New England       7  8 0  .467 279 281 Arizona           6  9 0  .400 221 333
NY Jets           7  8 0  .467 289 304 Philadelphia      4 11 0  .267 234 326
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Z-Jacksonville   13  2 0  .867 372 210 Y-Tampa Bay      10  5 0  .667 250 229
Z-Tennessee      12  3 0  .800 349 288 Y-Minnesota       9  6 0  .600 375 318
Baltimore         8  7 0  .533 321 257 Detroit           8  7 0  .533 305 299
Pittsburgh        6  9 0  .400 281 273 GREEN BAY         7  8 0  .467 308 317
Cincinnati        4 11 0  .267 276 436 Chicago           6  9 0  .400 266 321
Cleveland         2 14 0  .125 217 437 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   X-St. Louis      13  2 0  .867 495 204
Kansas City       9  6 0  .600 352 281 Carolina          7  8 0  .467 376 368
Seattle           9  6 0  .600 329 279 Atlanta           4 11 0  .267 251 351
Oakland           7  8 0  .467 349 291 San Francisco     4 11 0  .267 266 419
San Diego         7  8 0  .467 257 310 New Orleans       3 12 0  .200 247 389
Denver            6  9 0  .400 308 316 
X-Clinched Division Title              Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
(Bye - Philadelphia)
SUNDAY JANUARY 2
BUFFALO 31, Indianapolis 6             CAROLINA 45, New Orleans 13
DALLAS 26, NY Giants 18                GREEN BAY 49, Arizona 24
JACKSONVILLE 24, Cincinnati 7          Oakland 41, KANSAS CITY 38
Tennessee 47, PITTSBURGH 36            MINNESOTA 24, Detroit 17
PHILADELPHIA 38, St. Louis 31          WASHINGTON 21, Miami 10
NEW ENGLAND 20, Baltimore 3            San Diego 12, DENVER 6
NY JETS 19, Seattle 9                  Tampa Bay 20, CHICAGO 6
MONDAY JANUARY 3
ATLANTA 34, San Francisco 29
AFC EASTERN DIVISION                   NFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Indianapolis   13  3 0  .813 423 333 X-Washington     10  6 0  .625 443 377
Y-Buffalo        11  5 0  .688 320 229 Y-Dallas          8  8 0  .500 352 276
Y-Miami           9  7 0  .563 326 336 NY Giants         7  9 0  .437 299 358
NY Jets           8  8 0  .500 308 309 Arizona           6 10 0  .375 245 382
New England       8  8 0  .500 299 284 Philadelphia      5 11 0  .313 272 357
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION                   NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Jacksonville   14  2 0  .875 396 217 X-Tampa Bay      11  5 0  .688 270 235
Z-Tennessee      13  3 0  .813 392 324 Y-Minnesota      10  6 0  .625 399 335
Baltimore         8  8 0  .500 324 277 Y-Detroit         8  8 0  .500 322 323
Pittsburgh        6 10 0  .375 317 320 GREEN BAY         8  8 0  .500 357 341
Cincinnati        4 12 0  .250 283 460 Chicago           6 10 0  .375 272 341
Cleveland         2 14 0  .125 217 437 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION                   X-St. Louis      13  3 0  .813 526 242
X-Seattle         9  7 0  .563 338 298 Carolina          8  8 0  .500 421 381
Kansas City       9  7 0  .563 390 322 Atlanta           5 11 0  .313 285 380
San Diego         8  8 0  .500 269 316 San Francisco     4 12 0  .250 295 453
Oakland           8  8 0  .500 390 329 New Orleans       3 13 0  .188 260 434
Denver            6 10 0  .375 314 318 
X-Clinched Division Title              Y-Clinched Wildcard Berth
(Bye - Cleveland)
New Orleans Thunder (1-6)
Head Coach: Rex Stevenson (0-2)/Buford Jordan (1-4)
Passing Leader: 
Rushing Leader: 
Receiving Leader: 
FRANCHISES - Houston Outlaws, Mississippi Pride, Mobile Admirals, New Orleans Thunder, Shreveport Knights, Toledo Cannon SEASON HIGHLIGHTS - During the spring of 1999, 6 teams struggled to play an eight game regular season. The league was doomed to fail. It had no TV exposure, no marquee players, little press coverage and minimal radio coverage. The league even fired is founder/commissioner in the middle of the season, only to bring him back after the season had ended. Despite all of this, plans were to go forward with a 2000 season, including expansion teams in Buffalo, Orlando, San Jose and Winston-Salem, NC, until the XFL was announced.

SATURDAY APRIL 17
SHREVEPORT 40, Mississippi 12 (2866) - Shreveport QB Jason Martin threw for 192 yards and two TDs in three quarters to lead the Knights.Shreveport scored twice on fumble returns for TDs (Pat Rogers and James Gill). The Pride scored two safeties in the first half on high punt snaps.
SUNDAY APRIL 18
Houston 18, TOLEDO 17
Mobile 42, NEW ORLEANS 14 (500) - Thad Busby threw for 300 yards and four TDs to lead Mobile to the easy win. He threw two TDs to Robert Kilow, while Toraino Singleton led the team in rushing with 28 yards. 
Houston           1  0 0 1.000  18  17 Mississippi       0  1 0  .000  12  40
Mobile            1  0 0 1.000  42  14 New Orleans       0  1 0  .000  14  42
Shreveport        1  0 0 1.000  40  12 Toledo            0  1 0  .000  17  18
SATURDAY APRIL 24
Houston 28, MISSISSIPPI 5 (3000) - Houston scored two safeties on bad punt snaps, a TD off a blocked punt and a TD off a 57-yard fumble return. The Pride had 190 total yards - 155 passing and just 35 rushing. Houston had 99 rushing and 85 passing for a total of 184 yards.
MOBILE 15, Shreveport 7 (13256) - Before a crowd that closer to 5,000, Admirals CB Dennison Robinson returned an interception 38 yards to the Shreveport two to set up the winning TD run by Toraino Singleton with 9:31 to go. Anthony Martin intercepted a Jason Martin pass with 10 seconds left to clinch the win.
SUNDAY APRIL 25
TOLEDO 34, New Orleans 0 - Ohio coach Darrell Farmer resigned two days after the game citing a breach of contract, claiming he was owed nearly $10,000. The Knights were reportedly looking to move, and Mississippi players were claiming they had been paid one-third of what they were promised.
Houston           2  0 0 1.000  46  22 Toledo            1  1 0  .500  51  18
Mobile            2  0 0 1.000  57  21 Mississippi       0  2 0  .000  17  68
Shreveport        1  1 0  .500  47  27 New Orleans       0  2 0  .000  14  76
SATURDAY MAY 1
SHREVEPORT 29, Toledo 13 - Gaylon Hyder returned a fumble for a TD to start the scoring and the Knights rolled with Jason Martin hitting Norman Bradford with a 20-yard TD pass midway in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach 29-7.
MOBILE 10, Houston 7 (10432) - Sean Liss kicked a 43-yard FG with 1:55 left for the win, despite a 104-degree temperature two days before. Houston K Kyle Bryant missed a 49-yard FG with 22 second left for the possible tie.
SUNDAY MAY 2
Mississippi 30, NEW ORLEANS 14 (2000) - New Orleans QB Doug Coleman threw two TD passes and directed the Thunder on six drives deep into Pride territory. But three interceptions, two of them in the endzone, proved costly.
Mobile            3  0 0 1.000  67  28 Mississippi       1  2 0  .333  47  82
Houston           2  1 0  .667  53  32 Toledo            1  2 0  .333  64  47
Shreveport        2  1 0  .667  76  40 New Orleans       0  3 0  .000  28 106
SATURDAY MAY 8
Houston 17,SHREVEPORT 14 (2000) - Kyle Bryant kicked a 37-yard FG with 8 seconds left for the win after Christopher Pierson ran 65 yards to put the ball on the 14-yard line with under two minutes to play. 
MOBILE 23, New Orleans 6 (10146) - Mobile led 10-0 at halftime on the strength of a Thad Busby to Jack Jackson 19-yard TD pass. Former Dallas Cowboy Sherman Williams ran for 128 yards for the Admirals, including a 28-yard TD run. The Thunder were held to minus-6 yards rushing.
MISSISSIPPI 20, Toledo 17 (3500) - The Cannon, behind QB Major Harris, scored 10 points in the third quarter to take a 17-7 lead, but the Pride came back, thanks to a 72-yard TD pass from Stewart Patridge to Tryone Ashley, a Brian Hazelwood 52-yard FG for the tie, and a 22-yard FG in the fourth for the clincher.
Mobile            4  0 0 1.000  90  34 Shreveport        2  2 0  .500  90  57
Houston           3  1 0  .750  70  46 Toledo            1  3 0  .250  81  67
Mississippi       2  2 0  .500  67  99 New Orleans       0  4 0  .000  34 129
SATURDAY MAY 15
HOUSTON 27, Toledo 3 (800) - The Toledo (formerly Ohio) Cannon could not overcome five turnovers, including a blocked punt that resulted in the first Houston TD as the Outlaws won at Memorial Stadium.
MOBILE 36, Mississippi 13 (11026) - An interception that Roderic Gadson returned for a touchdown shifted the momentum back to the Admirals, along with 182 rushing yards by Sherman Williams as the Admirals stayed perfect.
SUNDAY MAY 16
Shreveport 31, NEW ORLEANS 14 (125) - The Knight played the first of three road games, and rolled as QB Raymond Philyaw came into report Jason Martin and went 9-for-16 for 195 yards and two TDs. New Orleans scored its first rushing TD, a 1-yard run by Horace Raymond, but were held to 0 yards as a team.
Mobile            5  0 0 1.000 126  47 Mississippi       2  3 0  .400  80 135
Houston           4  1 0  .800  97  49 Toledo            1  4 0  .200  84  94
Shreveport        3  2 0  .600 121  71 New Orleans       0  5 0  .000  48 160
SATURDAY MAY 22
MISSISSIPPI 35, Shreveport 10 (4800) - The Pride led 7-0 at the half, before the Knights stormed back and tied the game in the third. The Pride's defense then had interceptions on three of the following four Knight's possessions.
HOUSTON 31, New Orleans 12 (1500) - The Outlaws' Claude Mathis found a seam and returned the game's opening kickoff 93 yards for a  TD, and the Outlaws padded their lead on QB Josh LaRocca's 1-yard run in the second quarter.
TOLEDO 20, Mobile 17 at Charleston, WV (300) - The Admirals suffered their first loss, as Ohio quarterback David Kennedy came off the bench to throw two second-half touchdown passes after starter Major Harris was injured. The Admirals took a 16-hour bud trip on Thursday to get to West Virginia.
X-Houston         5  1 0  .833 128  61 Shreveport        3  3 0  .500 131 106
X-Mobile          5  1 0  .833 143  67 Toledo            2  4 0  .333 104 111
Mississippi       3  3 0  .500 115 145 New Orleans       0  6 0  .000  60 191
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
SATURDAY MAY 29
MISSISSIPPI 28, Mobile 20 (7000) - The Pride send Mobile home to ponder what's gone wrong with the league's top team after quarterback Stewart Partridge passed for 274 yards and three touchdowns. 
SUNDAY MAY 30
HOUSTON 17, Shreveport 7 - The Outlaws took a 7-0 lead in the opening quarter when WR Keivi Baker took the handoff on a reverse and threw a 31-yard TD pass to Chann Chavis to stay atop the RFL.
Toldeo at New Orleans - The game was scheduled to be played at 7 p.m. May 29 at Tad Gormley Stadium in New Orleans.  The RFL cited "financial considerations" for the cancellation.
X-Houston         6  1 0  .857 145  68 Shreveport        3  4 0  .429 138 123
X-Mobile          5  2 0  .714 163  95 Toledo            2  4 0  .333 104 111
X-Mississippi     4  3 0  .571 143 165 New Orleans       0  6 0  .000  60 191
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
SATURDAY JUNE 5 
New Orleans 12, MISSISSIPPI 7 (4200) - Down 12-7 late in the fourth quarter, Stewart Patridge drove the Pride offense 75 yards to the one yard line. Patridge tried to score twice and didn't get in, and the Thunder won.
MOBILE 14, Houston 3 - Houston was held to 124 yards passing and 30 rushing. After the Admirals beat the Outlaws, the owners voted to start the playoffs early, instead of waiting until June 20. The change knocked the final weekend of regular-season games off the schedule.
Forfeit-Toledo over Shreveport - The financially strapped Knights had been locked out of the Independence Bowl and that the city of Shreveport had confiscated their uniforms until they pay the stadium $15,700 in back rent. Shreveport had been scheduled to host New Orleans on June 5, but Shreveport was unable to use their stadium. The league rescheduled New Orleans to play in Mississippi on that date, and Shreveport was rescheduled to play in Ohio on June 6. A forfeit was assessed to Shreveport when they did not travel to play Ohio.
X-Mobile          6  2 0  .750 180  98 X-Toledo          3  4 0  .429 104 111
X-Houston         6  2 0  .750 148  82 Shreveport        3  5 0  .375 138 123
X-Mississippi     4  4 0  .500 150 177 New Orleans       1  6 0  .143  72 198
X-Clinched Playoff Berth